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  1. #161
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    Default Re: 3D illustrations...

    Pretty cool Gameprinter,
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    This is Scylla, a living construct originally created by a renowned engineer, whom is lover, Circe, forcibly powered the living ship with his soul. Circe is a lich on the rogue moon of Aeaea that seems to roam across the universe in haphazard directions that change, sometimes intruding some planetary orbit, sometimes just passing by - it must be driven by some kind of hybrid drives, though no visible thrusters can be seen. It also seems to have a jump drive as well. It is a rocky planet, mountainous across it's entire surface, though it should have a microgravity, it features a low gravity instead. Circe is said to live here among her transformed slaves, of ships captured by Scylla, whom it allows the crew to survive, then destroys their ship upon the peaks of the world.

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    Nine moons over Olympus cruise aboard the Iruka, dolphin class passenger cruise liner. Olympus is a super gas giant with over 200 moons in it's orbit, however the 9 largest moons have significant populations and all have amazing vistas, that it's a common holiday event to take the week long cruise around this gas giant, with a port stop-over along the way.

    CCS Iruka Tier 10
    Dolphin class gargantuan passenger colony cruiser starship
    Speed 7; Maneuverability poor (+1 Piloting, turn 0); Hyperspeed 1
    AC 20; TL 26
    HP 300; CT 10; DT 48
    Shields heavy 240 (forward 60, port 60, starboard 60, aft 60)
    Power Core Gateway Heavy (400); Hyperdrive Signal Basic; Systems advanced long range sensors, biometric locks, crew quarters (good), mk 6 Horaculcum defenses, g6 Horacalcum thrusters; Expansion Bays cargo hold, 2 docking collars (escape ships), resort entertainment block (6 bays), sick bay
    Modifiers +1 Piloting, +2/+2/+2 Computers, +4 Scans; Complement 300 crew, 1500 guests

    GP

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    Have to begin working on the hermit crab inspired Starfinder race, the Chiladae. These are small about 2 feet tall, though can stretch out to nearly 4 feet long, is a small being with an exoskeleton. I'm thinking INT is it's positive attribute. Haven't given a whole lot of thought on it yet. LIke hermit crabs, they park themselves inside a protective housing, in their case, android and robotic bodies to suit different purposes. That's all I got so far. Oh, their uplink connector on the back of their heads and tails look like the second image - perhaps too much detail for it's purposes, but who knows I may do another illustration, an action scene, where the uplinks are more obvious...

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    Like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamerprinter View Post
    Nine moons over Olympus cruise aboard the Iruka, dolphin class passenger cruise liner. Olympus is a super gas giant with over 200 moons in it's orbit, however the 9 largest moons have significant populations and all have amazing vistas, that it's a common holiday event to take the week long cruise around this gas giant, with a port stop-over along the way.

    CCS Iruka Tier 10
    Dolphin class gargantuan passenger colony cruiser starship
    Speed 7; Maneuverability poor (+1 Piloting, turn 0); Hyperspeed 1
    AC 20; TL 26
    HP 300; CT 10; DT 48
    Shields heavy 240 (forward 60, port 60, starboard 60, aft 60)
    Power Core Gateway Heavy (400); Hyperdrive Signal Basic; Systems advanced long range sensors, biometric locks, crew quarters (good), mk 6 Horaculcum defenses, g6 Horacalcum thrusters; Expansion Bays cargo hold, 2 docking collars (escape ships), resort entertainment block (6 bays), sick bay
    Modifiers +1 Piloting, +2/+2/+2 Computers, +4 Scans; Complement 300 crew, 1500 guests

    GP

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    like it.
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    Yesterday, I began my intro to the Chiladean sentient hermit crabs, but I needed to create one of their "humanoid suit-vessels" they pilot from inside to integrate into society better than their natural forms. Because they have cybernetic jacks built into their heads and at the end of their tail to operate the vessel's AI and walking system, any critical damage taken by the vehicle can cause damage to it's pilot. Klattera is walking in her natural, unprotected form beside her brother/mate Kladdick who wears his new soldier vessel. You can see his glorious face through the helmet visor. They pull they legs close into their body, and use their tiny chest limbs to dexterously work the bridge controls. In humanoid form, they can better adapt to other humanoids societies and work technology, that their natural form isn't well adapted for... enjoy!

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    I'm always amazed at your descriptions.
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    This is a small planetoid, not Ganymede sized, probably closer to Phobos, but still a not an asteroid, bigger than that. It features some anomalies, even if observers don't detect course corrections and changes in speed, including what appears to be an atmosphere envelope - something you wouldn't expect to find on a moon it's mass and expected microgravity. It features mountains. Created by what. There is no evidence of volcanic activity, nor continental drift, so what is creating these very high (Olympus Mons height) ranges on such a tiny world. Finally anomalous spikes detect a heavy gravity well, but is incredibly close to the planet itself, and deeper than it should be. The latter is so exotic, a science team has been sent to map and explore, and set up an unmanned observation post. Within seconds of arrival an automated distress call was activated. It's going to need a rescue mission.

    Of course, unknown to distressed, nor their rescuers, this rogue moon is the home, laboratory and prison moon of Circe the Mystic LIch of Aeaea. And I've decided that my version of Circe's means of transforming victims into her "animal menagerie" is more like John Carpenter's The Thing...

    GP

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    The Drae were an alien militant humanoid race of a once great interstellar empire, in a century of war with all their neighboring border nations. Their greatest failed gamble was made upon the discovery of the Cheladeans. They are a small crustacean based race of sentient scavengers on a super earth, heavy world. While highly intelligent lacking hands capable of creating anything, but crudest construction given their physiology. The Drae, experimented with the Cheladeans, eventually placing cybernetic jacks into their heads and tails allowing them to reside within android/robotic vehicles that serve as the shells these creatures normally carry with and live within. After 40 years of brutal experimentation, the Cheladeans proved exceptionally adapted at using the shell vessels to fully function in society. However, unlike the Drae experience with past exoskeleton based vermin encounters, which here horrid simple beasts, the Cheladeans are peaceful at heart, eager to join the intergalactic community. They will defend and engage in violence as is necessary in a violent universe, but use every option before turning to violence. The Cheladeans watched as the Drae destroyed themselves in doomsday weapons, and left them, thankful for the gift of technology they can expand their race with, but also for their demise, such a violent being is best for everyone if they ceased to exist by their own hands...

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